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(updated 2017-02-20)

Title

new Japanese teacher

Description Come and run our Japanese Club!
We are looking for Japanese teaching to run our Japanese Languages and Culture Club for a small group of 10 children, aged 11 years old.
We need somebody from Friday 24 February from 4 - 5pm for the next 14 weeks, term-time.
Organisation International Academy of Greenwich
Contact 1st Floor, KIng's Church
Email smita.bora[ at ]iaog.org.uk
Website www.iaog.org.uk
Deadline 23/02/2017


Title

Extra Curricular Japanese Language and Culture Tutor

Description Riverside School is looking for a dynamic and motivated Japanese tutor to take the lead in introducing extra-curricular Japanese language provision at the school.
Riverside School, Barking, is entering its 5th year of existence serving the new communities in a rapidly growing area of East London. As we grow in size we are always looking for new means to broaden the opportunities we provide for our pupils. Our motto is to provide ‘Excellence for All’ and through this we set and expect the very highest of aspirations, we believe that introducing Japanese into our school will help our pupils to fulfil these ambitious goals.
The club is funded through the Japan Foundation and will run for 1 hour after school (3pm-4pm) over 8-12 weeks (dependant on availability of the applicant). Applications can be made by email, including your contact details and previous relevant experience, to thbl@riverside.bardaglea.org.uk
We look forward to receiving your applications for this exciting opportunity,

Tom Blandford
Wider Skills Leader
Riverside School, Barking
Organisation Riverside School
Contact Tom Blandford
Email thbl[ at ]riverside.bardaglea.org.uk
Website secondary.riversidecampus.com
Deadline 21/02/2017


Title

Seeking experienced Japanese teacher (native level) for freelance project

Description Hello,

Are you an experienced Japanese teacher, with experience of creating teaching materials?

Are you looking for an exciting, collaborative freelance project?

I am creating a series of Japanese materials as part of a six-language project, and I'm looking for someone to work with me on the Japanese version.

The project involves translating dialogues from English and localising them into Japanese.

You must have experience of teaching Japanese to foreigners at different proficiency levels, and be able to work independently.

Please send me an email if this sounds like a good fit for you, and we can talk further!
Organisation Olly Richards Publishing
Contact Olly Richards
Email olly[ at ]iwillteachyoualanguage.com
Website iwillteachyoualanguage.com
Deadline 28/02/2017


Title

Japanese Teacher for Extra Curricular Language and Culture Club

Description Oldfield Park Junior School is seeking an enthusiastic Japanese teacher to take the lead in introducing Japanese to the school. Initially, this will be in the form of an extra-curricular club after school for children in Years 3 to 6.
We would like to build on this reputation that Oldfield Park Junior School has of offering an extensive range of extra-curricular clubs, many of which are indeed languages.
In the first instance this club will take place for just one hour a week from 3:30 to 4:30 and should cover aspects of Japan the country, its language and culture. The club is funded through the Japan Foundation; we would like the club to start as soon as possible and it should run through to March in the first instance.
Applications can be made by email, including your contact details and previous relevant experience, to head@oldfieldparkjuniorschool.com
We look forward to receiving your applications for this exciting opportunity.
Organisation Oldfield Park Junior School
Contact Penny Jenner
Email head[ at ]oldfieldparkjuniorschool.com
Website www.oldfieldparkjuniorschool.com
Deadline ASAP


Title

Japanese teacher for primary

Description We would like to employ a Japanese teacher to teach Year 5 (age 9-10) on a Tuesday afternoon for an hour followed by a club for children and parents on a Tuesday after school. Hours would be 2.30-4.30 pm.
The children have been learning basic Japanese using nihong-go and the club would be complete beginners. we would like someone to help support the language learning, run the sessions alongside the class teacher and teach about Japan the Country and Japanese culture. This post is initially until July 2017. Please contact the school office if interested on 01395 266580.
Organisation Lympstone Primary School
Contact Emily Mellor
Email head[ at ]lympstone-primary.devon.sch.uk
Website www.lympstone-primary.devon.sch.uk
Deadline ASAP